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19:31 Aug 31, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Medical
Spanish term or phrase: FRG, AV, drusas, ventana, coroidea, cuadrante, macula, defecto pupilar aferente
Piden estudio FRG
AV OD: 20/40-2
No hay defecto pupilar aferente
las drusas son fluorescentes
defecto den la ventana
la fluorescencia coroidea
alteracion en macula
hacia cuadrante temporal inferior
Robb Kvasnak
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Explanation:
AV = I believe is the acronym in English for Artificial Vision (i.e. with glasses). Drusa = vugs or vughs or vacuoles. Coroidea = Choroid (membrane). Mácula = Macula (I believe is a dark spot inside the eyes). Defecto Pupilar Aferente = Afferent Pupillary Defect. Hope it helps a little.

Leonardo Lamarche
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PRO pts in pair: 124

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Explanation:
Piden un estudio FRG=They request an FRG study (creo que FRG se deja tal cual, puede que signifique sistemas radio sobre fibra)

AV OD: 20/40-2 Agudeza visual ojo derecho; visual acuity (VA) right eye, but you leave O.D. as it is

No hay defecto pupilar aferente: There is no afferent defect of the pupil.

Defento "den" la ventana = "den" is a typo... it should be "de"; window defect

Alteracion en macula = Alteration of the macula

Hacia cuadrante temporal inferior=Torward (or in the direction of) the inferior temporal quadrant

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http://www.oftalmored.com/diccionario

Happy translating!

Maria
Local time: 16:31
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 920

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